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What kind of requests are those?

I receive a lot of requests like this: ip-10-80-XXX-XXX.eu-west-1.compute.internal:80 110.249.208.XXX - - [11/Dec/2013:10:27:17 +0000] "GET ...
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Speaking Plain HTTP over an SSL enabled Server port [closed]

atm I'm facing a problem with IE and Firefox because they don't redirect my Links correctly. I'm requesting my application via: https://myapp.example.de/context In my webapplication I have links ...
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Should a site have SSL if it doesn't have a login form?

We have a site at work that is used for the following: Our homepage, which is just some info and contact info. Job applications are also handled on our site. There is no place where you can login ...
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How can I block an IP, if I'm getting many http requests in a second?

If some one tried force burst attack on my website, how can I block them? Ideally, I want to block an IP if I have many http/Apache requests in a second.
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Use additional “password” in Referer to hide private site?

I have a private (= I'm the only user) site at example.com/private/. Nothing else is published at this host (it's my domain). I don't want anyone to know that there is anything at example.com, ...
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5answers
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Apache/Linux server, DoS attack from own IP

I have an unusual problem I've been trying to diagnose for a while: It's about a Debian server running a custom compile of apache 2.2 with PHP, Red5, MySQL 5.5 (standard binary), sendmail (distro ...
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2answers
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HTTP daemon and Webroot permissions

We have a contracted web developer that uses deployment scripts to update and deploy web sites. In order for them to work they require write access to the whole webroot through the httpd user. I have ...
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HTTPS Apache2 Information Leakage

Hello IT Security! I have Apache2 vhost with HTTPS listening on port 443, ie. https:// securesecret.com. I have another vhosts with HTTP listening on port 80, ie. http:// one.com, http:// two.com. ...